Pootle through the Roses - RSPB
Event: Graham Shortt's fundraising
£275.00 raised of £125.00 target
£275.00 raised so far
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Leighton Moss RSPB to Bempton Cliffs RSPB
Tomorrow, March 3, I’ll be setting off to cycle around 220 miles from Leighton Moss RSPB, near Silverdale on the Lancashire coast, to Bempton Cliffs RSPB north of Flamborough on the Yorkshire Coast. The route takes me through Morecambe, Lancaster, and over the Pennines through Whalley, Colne, and Keighley to Leeds; then on to York and through the Wolds to Bridlington, Flamborough and Bempton. It’s only around 50 miles a day on average, but that’s quite enough for an 18-stone forty-year-old on an old mountain bike with a hernia. (Me, not the bike)
I’m hoping to raise some money for two charities, the RSPB and for Jole Rider, who supply bicycles to Africa, including the village in the Gambia which I have visited twice in recent years. Obviously, all the trip expenses are my own and all money donated will go directly to the charities concerned.
You can read more about both charities and the work sponsorship money will support here...
Thanks for reading and thanks very much for any sponsorship money you are able to donate.
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Raising money for
Charity Registration No. England and Wales 207076, Scotland SCO37654
The RSPB has always fought to save nature. Now our birds, wildlife and natural places are under greater threat than ever. So we have to inspire a whole generation to come together and give nature a home. Wherever we can, we're bringing people together to do their bit - including around the world.
Donation by Dave & Val Kirby on 03/04/11
Donation by Sue Warner on 03/04/11
Donation by Flora Gibson on 03/04/11
Donation by Eunice Hardman on 26/03/11
Well done, Graham! Hope you're feeling OK now after operation. Keith and Beryl
Donation by Beryl Hales on 23/03/11
graham, Hope all went well. It is a long time since your dad and I cycled all over the Dublin mountains Cecil and Dorothy gamble
Donation by Cecil Gamble on 17/03/11
+ £5.64 Gift Aid
Terrific effort Graham. Very well done!
Donation by peter norman on 15/03/11
Donation by Pete & Val Crisp on 12/03/11
Good Luck, Graham
Donation by Joe Lyman on 10/03/11
Nice one Graham, having seen the amount of gear you've carried you need a good rest after this. Cheers.
Donation by Christopher Doyle on 07/03/11
Donation by Rhiannon Briggs on 07/03/11
Donation by Arto Kouyoumdjian on 06/03/11
A true zero
Donation by Alex Phillips on 06/03/11
+ £4.23 Gift Aid
Donation by Anonymous on 06/03/11
Good luck, Graham, with your Coast to Coast Ride. Love, Vera.
Donation by Vera Paul on 05/03/11
Donation by Eleanor Baird on 04/03/11
I hope the weather warms up for you!
Donation by Alison Farnell on 03/03/11
Do it for the birds Grazy.
Donation by Nick Oakes on 03/03/11
+ £2.82 Gift Aid
Graham Best of Luck. Hope you acheive your target. Best Wishes Lavanya
Donation by Lavanya Suri on 03/03/11
Good luck mate...
Donation by David Busby on 03/03/11
Good luck and good riding, Graham. Thought I'd better support the birds as the bikes seemed to be winning!
Donation by Simone Doctors on 02/03/11
Donation by John Shortt on 02/03/11
+ £4.23 Gift Aid
Donation by Sarah Shortt on 02/03/11
+ £2.82 Gift Aid
- * Online donations£275.00
- Offline donations£0.00
- Text donations£0.00
- Total raised£275.00
- Gift Aid£33.85
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